leeward islands. a long way way from bermuda as well. here is bill. it has been encountering some wind shear on the western side of the storm. it is flattened out there but it still has a well-defined eye. it continues to move for the northwest at about 18 miles per hour. it is a category thee hurricane, maximum sustained winds, 125 miles per hour. we think it will impact the east coast of the united states in terms of giving us large swells, heavy wave action along the coast from nortcarolina northward. let's take a look at what is happening closer to home. our current temperatures and our satellite-radar, first of all, clouds in over us this morning. we'll see a good a cloud cover today. out to the west, a pretty significant cold front. eventually, it will get here and we'll have cooler, drier air for the weekend and into the beginning of next week. it won't be cool by any stretch of the imaination but it will be in the mid-80s instead the mid-90s. we'll see showers and thunderstorms develop with that. for today, here what is we're looking at.